Mom365 – Why Work For Us?

Mom365 is the nation’s leading provider of in-hospital newborn photography. Our main purpose is to help families celebrate one of life’s most precious moments. Every day, grandmas and grandpas, aunts and uncles, sisters and brothers, and moms and dads welcome a new member to their family. Life happens every day, 365 days a year, and we are here to capture it and to help families share the good news.

Whether you work in a hospital as a Newborn Photographer or in our corporate offices, we have exciting opportunities for you to grow professionally and build a long-term career with our company.



We're all about moms, all the time. We celebrate mom's journey, bonding with her and her baby from the very beginning. We share mom's pride, joy and excitement with gorgeous newborn photography in the hospital and beyond.

We connect moms with other moms … everybody shares photos, funny stories, special moments and more in our friendlyonline community. (And there’s no need to get dressed up or pay for a latte while you do it!)

We help moms save with unique deals & discounts on baby basics and a few well-deserved indulgences.

We offer support with important parenting info and e-newsletters.

We have a fun side, a serious side, a BFF side – everything you want in a good friend. And everything you want in a partner through this incredible adventure called being a mom!

We Capture Precious Memories with Newborn Photography

Mom365 is the largest professional newborn photographer in the U.S.! Our staff of more than 1,700 professional photographers really loves sharing a milestone – baby’s first portrait – right in the hospital. And it doesn’t stop here. Moms can choose to purchase a wide variety of amazing portrait packages, irresistible birth announcements and keepsakes to celebrate the baby. 

We offer photography for so many phases of mom’s life with her new little true love. Always with an artistic, contemporary approach. Here are all the ways we help capture – and keep – special moments! 

We take baby’s unforgettable first portrait and securely post it to a free Baby Portrait Page. Then mom can share it with family and friends – the waiting is over! 

Capture the anticipation and love before the baby is even born. 

Family & Milestones
Preserve all the special moments and treasure them forever. 

Events & Fun
Photo-journalistic style portraits catch all the details of birthday parties, holiday get-togethers and more. 

Special times happen most often at home, so our photographers are happy to meet you there. 

Our Company History

The legacy of incredible newborn portraiture goes back to 1947, when our photographers used a camera called “the Robot” to take black and white photos of newborns in the hospital. 

Decades of expansion, acquisition and innovation followed, including:

• First company in the industry to offer color processing for in-hospital newborn photography in the 1960s

• Range expands to 2,500 hospitals in the U.S., then grows to include Canada, in the 1980s

• New business model developed to provide “order right from the hospital” services. The company now provides digital imaging products and services, becoming clear industry leader in newborn photography in the 1990s

• The 2000s are all about large investments in digitalized production facilities and the call center. Employees passed the 2,000 mark

• The company is acquired by a U.K. firm in 2011, expanding our reach to the British newborn market. Aggressive expansion into China and Saudi Arabia creates a global photography business

• Today Mom365 photographers provide free newborn portrait sessions to more than 1 million new moms and babies a year, every year.

• 2013 marks the launch of a new brand called Mom365 along with a magazine and exciting online community for moms. Naturally you can expect even more innovation in the future! 

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  • I enjoy working for the company, pay is nice.

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at Mom365


    Pay is reasonable for a college student, Scheduling is convenient, work individually


    Working in a hospital can be difficult, a lot of waiting around in terms of waiting for nurses to leave rooms, or waiting for mom to finish feeding, changing diaper, etc.


Mom365 Interviews

Updated Mar 20, 2015
Updated Mar 20, 2015

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    Newborn Photographer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 5 weeksinterviewed at Mom365.

    Interview Details

    I was interviewed at a fast-food place. Not professional at all. I originally thought I'd be inyerviewed in the hospital, at least.

    Since this was a photographer position, I brought in my portfolio of child and baby portraits, but they weren't necessary. The interviewer did look the images over, at least.

    She explained what the company was, what they did, and showed me....the sales of an employee I'D be working with from the previous quarter. I guess to entice me with the POTENTIAL money I'd be able to learn. I knew it was just potential earnings because she told me it was commission or base pay, depending on what I earn more of. Obviously earning $3k in the month of April (tax refund season) was too good to be true to happen every month.

    Overall, I felt like I was being rushed to be a replacement....which what a surprise, I was indeed a last-minute interview replacement! The training itself was terrible. I was at first placed with a wonderful photographer who took me into rooms with her and she took amazing portraits, but then I was thrown into the hospital I'd be making my permanent base with Miss $3k-In-April. She was a horrible trainer and took the worst photos. Blurry, weird positioning of the baby, bad composition. treated me like I knew absolutely nothing about photography despite being a photo student and just went soooooo slow....

    I took the job anyway because I needed money.

    Interview Questions
    • How well do you get along with small children?   Answer Question
    • Have you ever handled a baby before?   Answer Question
    • What was one thing you had to overcome in a workplace? How did you handle the situation?   Answer Question
    Negotiation Details
    No negotiation whatsoever. You take it or leave it.
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

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Additional Info

Headquarters Saint Charles, MO
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Type Company - Private
Industry Arts, Entertainment & Recreation

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